As a result of this re-election, there is a prospect that the Moon Jae-in administration's administration of state affairs with one year remaining could also be disrupted.
The Blue House is expected to rush to reshuffle the state administration to prevent a power leak at the end of its term of office.
Reporter Junmo Moon.
to the analysis that the re-election, which can be seen as an evaluation of the current government's state administration, will end with the victory of the opposition party, the Moon Jae-in administration's power of state administration may be greatly shaken.
This is because if the'lame duck' phenomenon accelerates at the end of the term with the opportunity of this election, the momentum for immediate tasks such as COVID-19 quarantine and the LH crisis will inevitably decrease.
It is predicted that the Blue House will rush to reshuffle the'atmosphere renewal'.
The replacement of Prime Minister Jeong Sye-gyun is expected to be the first signal.
It is known that Prime Minister Chung will formalize the challenge of presidential power as early as next week with an announcement.
Keywords such as Yeongnam, women, and economy are attracting attention both inside and outside the Blue House.
As Prime Minister Chung and former Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon are both from Honam, this time, former Minister of Public Administration and Security Minister Kim Bu-gyeom and former Minister of Trade Association Kim Young-ju are discussed from the perspective that they will use people from Yeongnam.
There is a possibility that President Moon, who has pledged to fill 30% of the cabinet with women, will present a female prime minister.
Former Justice Kim Young-ran and Deputy Prime Minister Yoo Eun-hye are on the brink.
If you hire an economic expert, then Deputy Prime Minister Hong Nam-ki is also a candidate.
In addition to this, Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Byun Chang-heum, who has already expressed his gratitude, as well as Ministers of'Jangsu,' who have served more than one year in office, may also be eligible for reshuffle.